A short video featuring the bicymple. Designed and built by Josh Bechtel in Bellingham, WA, USA. Learn more at www.bicymple.com The first 0:37 shows the rear steering in the locked position, the rest shows it in the swing position.
Archive for the ‘Road Bike’ Category
Watch as the UK’s most successful Olympian and top street trials rider get together to show you what they can do. You can even enter to win a Special Edition Planet X road bike worth Â£1,700, a signed rainbow jersey from Sir Chris Hoy or a ‘MacAskill’ Edition POC helmet signed by Danny himself!
A lot of Americans are struggling to lose a whole lot of weight, and they try all kinds of crazy things.
Ernest Gagnon â€” a man from Billerica, Mass. â€” decided to shed pounds by getting into the often intense, high-adrenaline sport of cyclocross: racing road bikes on obstacle courses.
Two years ago, Gagnon tipped the scales at 570 pounds. He was depressed and embarrassed to leave the house.
“Being as big as I was, I really felt like I didn’t belong anywhereÂ Â …Â More
Martyn Ashton takes the Â£10k carbon road bike used by Team Sky’s Bradley Wiggins & Mark Cavendish for a ride with a difference. With a plan to push the limits of road biking as far as his lycra legs would dare, Martyn looked to get his ultimate ride out of the awesome Pinarello Dogma 2. This bike won the 2012 Tour de France – surely it deserves a Road Bike Party!
Shot in various locations around the UK and featuring music from ‘Sound of Guns’. Road Bike Party captures some of the toughest stunts ever pulled on a carbon road bike.
Disgraced Tour de France winner Floyd Landis must pay current and former UCI presidents Pat McQuaid and Hein Verbruggen 10,000 Swiss francs ($10,700) each after being found guilty of defamation by a Swiss court on Wednesday.
The Eastern Vaud District Court ruled that American Landis, stripped of his 2006 Tour title for failing a dope test, was forbidden to “state that the UCI, Pat McQuaid or Hein Verbruggen have concealed cases of doping, received money for doing so (or) have accepted money from Lance Armstrong to conceal a doping case”.Â Â Â …Â More